The good pub guide review
Traditionally refurbished 19th-c backstreet local tied to Joules ' was tap for the Bass brewery and still has some wonderful ephemera including mirrors and glazed adverts; homely and warm with coal fire, straightforward front parlour, back bar doubling as tap room with their beers, up to half a dozen guests (including Bass) and good selection of ciders/perries, cheese boards, sausage rolls, scotch eggs and pies only but can bring your own food (or take beer to next-door curry house); live music including monthly acoustic and open mic nights, folk Tues; children (till 7pm) and dogs welcome, small back garden; closed all day Mon, till 5pm Tues (and Wed in winter).
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Coopers Tavern, 43 Cross Street, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 1EG
Pub Group: Joules
Weekdays: 12-2.30, 5(6 Mon, Tues)-11; 12-midnight Fri, Sat